This morning I pushed an update from one of the tabs open for the designer… I later went to my portfolio and the layout was completely destroyed. I then reverted to the previous days version and it went back to the styles I had implemented.
My assumption is that the tab I was editing in was not in sync with a previous tab. Ideally that should not happy. Ideally the changes are pulled from the database before each publish so I can’t lose changes in an alternate tab when designing different pages.
Long story short, my laptop is very slow (16 GB RAM) and it takes a long time to reload new pages in the designer, so I open up different pages in a few tabs for quick access. My expectation was that Webflow would just work and not kill changes I already have published because I’m in a different tab. Ideally when you deploy, it will do a checksum against the latest deployed version (make any updates to that version), then role your new changes in on top of that.